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November 14, 2009
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Tanuj Vasudeva in a beach in Antalya, More photos on Tanuj's blog
Alena Kats (Girls Under 14) and Tanuj Vasudeva (Under 8 Open) both have perfect 3/3s at the World Youth in Antalya, Turkey, which runs from November 11-23. Tanuj was on the cover of the latest CL4k as "Mr.Perfect" and wrote on his blog, Tanuj's Chess Chronicles "Thanks to Chess Life 4 Kids Editor, Glenn (Peterson) for the new moniker." So far the label is sticking! We also have two players standing strong with 2.5/3, Tommy He and David Adelberg. But in this 11-round tournament, no one can be counted out. 

UPDATE: Tanuj remains perfect after four rounds! He's the only American with a perfect score as Alena Kats, unfortunately, lost.


The US team scored 13.5/25 today. See full squad scores below. Follow the action on the official website and chessdom.com. The live game link shows top boards from each section.

World Youth US team

Standings after three rounds


VASUDEVA TANUJ U-8 Open

3

ZENG WINSTON U-8 Open

2

LIN DACHEY U-10 Open

2

HE TOMMY U-10 Open

2.5

CHIANG JONATHAN U-10 Open

2

GUREVICH-GRIGORIEV DANIEL U-12 Open

1.5

PAMATMAT JAROD U-12 Open

2

KRISHNAN VARUN U-12 Open

2

SHEN ARTHUR U-12 Open

2

BROWN MICHAEL U-12 Open

1.5

ROZOVSKY DANIEL U-14 Open

1.5

ADELBERG DAVID U-14 Open

2.5

FINNEY STUART  U-14 Open

1.5

NG ANDREW U-16 Open

1

FM GETZ ALEC U-16 Open

2

VIGNA LIZA U-8 Girls

1

WANG ANNIE U-8 Girls

2

CHAWLA ALISHA U-8 Girls

1.5

PALAKOLLU SAMRITHA U-8 Girls

2

LIAO SIMONE U-10 Girls

1.5

WCM CHIANG SARAH U-12 Girls

2

MATLIN ANNA U-14 Girls

2

KATS ALENA U-14 Girls

3

ROBINSON DARRIAN U-16 Girls 

2

WFM MARSHALL ABBY U-18 Girls

2

 
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